Michael Phelps has nothing on these guys! Check out the short film of Wild Dolphins swimming in the Bahamas here.
Denise Herzing, the Jane Goodall of the sea, dedicates her life to researching wild spotted dolphins in the Bahamas. Herzing founded the Wild Dolphin Project to study freeranging Atlantic spotted dolphins — “in their world, on their terms.” Objectives of this long-term, non-invasive field research are to gather information on the natural history of these dolphins, including behaviors, social structure, communication, and habitat. Atlantic spotted dolphins have close ties between mothers and calves. After 3 years of nursing, calves join juvenile groups to learn social rules. (Find out more about dolphins and download a fun facts guide for your little one here.)
Try to keep up, Michael and all the rest - Good luck at the 2012 Olympic Games!